HTC U11 has scored a DxO Mark of 90, making it the highest rated camera ever on the system. HTC made the flagship device HTC U 11 official today at a launch event in Taiwan. Gaining the highest ever DxO Mark, HTC U 11 has become an unprecedented champion among most of the modern flagships. Also Read - Common marketing gimmicks that brands should avoid to exploit consumersAlso Read - Samsung unveils an “human-eye-like” ISOCELL GWB image sensor in partnership with China’s Tecno
With the highest score to its name, the camera on HTC U11 has surpassed Google Pixel handsets. Until now, Google Pixel and Pixel XL handsets were the highest rated camera with DxO Mark of 89, one point higher than Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Also Read - Samsung announces merger of mobile and consumer electronics business: Here's what changes
In their HTC U11 review, the camera benchmarking website says that the new flagship offers high-quality pictures with reduced noise and performs well in a wide variety of shooting conditions.” In terms of specifications, HTC U 11 has a 12-megapixel UltraPixel 3 camera with 1/2.55 sensor and dual-pixel PDAF technology. The device supports video recording in 4K with 3D Immersive Audio. It also captures 1080p FullHD video at 120 fps which could create near-professional slow motion videos. ALSO READ: HTC U 11 with Snapdragon 835 SoC, Edge Sense gesture tech launched: Price, specifications and features
DxO also praised color rendering on the photos shot using the HTC U 11, saying it showed ‘good detail preservation’. Also, video recording on the HTC U 11 is of great quality. ‘Excellent autofocus, rapid exposure adaptation, and effective stabilization contribute to easy creation of quality videos. There are some undesirable residual motion artifacts, but they are relatively minor,’ the review reads.
The HTC U11 sports a 16-megapixel secondary camera on the front for selfies and video calling. Other noteworthy features on the HTC U 11 includes Edge Sense feature, 360-degree audio recording support, dual support for Google Assistant and Alexa digital assistants. In India, the device is expected to retail at a price of Rs 48,000 which is equivalent to the US retail price of $749.
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